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Nov 15, 2009 6:00pm EST
united states. still, palin may have reason for now to ignore her critics. she reportedly received more than $1.25 million for her 400-page book, and she's polling well among likely republican presidential candidates. randall pinkston, cbs news, new york. >> mitchell: the centers for disease control this past week quadrupled their estimated h.g.h. flu virus death toll to roughly 3,900 between april and mid-october. for more we're joined by the director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. >> good evening. >> mitchell: despite the numbers we just gave, this past week, the reported number of cases of h1n1 were down. should we be encouraged by that? >> i think it's premature to get any encouragement for that. there was a little blip down in the pattern of the number of cases, but since flu is imminently unpredictable, i think it's really dangerous to make any assumptions as to what's going to happen over the next few weeks or months. it could have peaked and then might come down. that would be wonderful if that happens, or it could peak and then taper off like this
Nov 29, 2009 6:00pm EST
enrichment plan, a move quickly denounced by the united states. richard roth has more on the iranian announcement and its possible consequences. >> reporter: iran announced it's expanding its nuclear program just days after the u.n.'s atomic watchdog demanded a freeze on uranium enrichment with an ambitious timetable to build ten new plants to process rain wrum. -- uranium. >> the organization has two months to start construction of five of them. >> reporter: enriched uranium can fuel power plants to make electricity, but further refined it can also be used to make atomic bombs. despite iran's denials, the west worries that's what it's trying to do. the white house said the expansion plan is another violation of iran's international obligations, warning time is running out for iran to address growing concerns about its nuclear program. the u.n. agency had no official response but measuring its own inability to influence iran last week, the agency's outgoing director was pessimistic. >> we have effectively reached a dead end unless iran engages fully with us. >> or the announcement mi
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